Jerome embodies spirit of Wild West even as its buildings slide downhill toward Verde Valley.
States and localities are interacting with the federal government differently under the new administration on matters of health care, immigration and a host of other issues.
New Chief Resilience Officer Jason Stanbro’s résumé makes him well equipped to confront shocks and stresses like climate change, homelessness and natural disasters.
Overall, public health systems in this nation are in a better state than they were several years ago, but major inequalities persist.
A Congressional hearing on a bill to revive the Yucca Mountain facility pits Nevadans against everyone else.
Also in our State and Local Digest: Louisiana tax plan halted; class-action lawsuit over N.Y. subway accessibility; and dry conditions prompt venomous snake warning in Florida.
Georgia is among several states that are looking to reduce the time that offenders spend on probation to help them successfully re-enter society.
The competitor is targeting residents of Arizona's largest city, where one of the ride-hailing giant's self-driving cars recently flipped.
A new study finds that the eateries most likely to suffer are those that diners already feel lukewarm about.
“We don’t have all the clarity that we need,” Austin, Texas Mayor Steve Adler told Route Fifty.
“They’re trying to get their message out,” Oklahoma’s CIO said during the NASCIO mid-year conference being held this week near the nation’s capital.